We sold this delightful 75 about eighteen months ago and it is now back on the market as the owner has moved to a property with no garage.
This rare six cylinder P3 Rover has been the subject of much recent expenditure including a full engine rebuild by specialists, a new petrol tank, a refurbished steering box and work on the brakes and suspension. We have just replaced the front shock absorbers and the car drives and handles beautifully. With the 2.1 litre, six cylinder engine, the Rover will cruise at 50-60 mph all day.
The gearbox has just been rebuilt and a new clutch has been fitted.
The interior is excellent with refurbished woodwork, unmarked seats and carpets and a working sunroof. The freewheel works correctly as does the driver's window mechanism associated with Rovers of this period.
A superb, usable Forties classic saloon with the added bonus of still having its original registration number GVE 2.
Rover P4 75 six cylinder saloon. First registered 1958 and finished in two tone grey. This car is in very good order and drives extremely well having synchromesh gears (with freewheel) and overdrive,.....
Thanks for taking the time to look at my 1949 P3 Rover. I got the car in 2018, it’s an excellent runner with good paintwork, interior trim and chrome. I have fitted an alternator as an upgrade but.....